I don't like passwords, period. I use public/private keys for ssh where ever I can. I have some control panels(webmin) on my one machine that I would truly like to set up so that a person with a cert could get through. It's ssl already... But, only for password entry. But, that control panel... My control panel, let me be more specific. The one that has access to everything... I would like to lock that down harder. I would like to only be allowed access with a private certificate.
I've looked at it, but never made the leap yet. I'm unsure how I would do it where say... I let someone through webmin for dns on their domain(password login via ssl)... Which I can do where they only have access to that... But my login, which gives me access to everything... A cert only would be truly nice. Hmmmmmmm... I never gave usermin a spin, I wonder if I can set that up with a different sub domain... Crap, I can't do that.... My paid ssl is only good for 1 subdomain... And I paid 2 years on it.. lol
Damn it Neon, I always spin off on these little ventures when ever I'm in a security thread with you.
[Edited for] Spell check, and to apologize for wandering off topic.
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